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SRR Traffic Safety Consulting will be presenting a one-day course entitled, Courtroom Survival: Making the Traffic Officer a Powerful Witness sponsored by the Bedford Police Department on Monday, June 2, 2003. The cost is $129 per person or, if two or more individuals attend from the same agency the cost is $109 per person.

This one-day workshop teaches you the elements of a winning criminal case of any nature. Find out how law enforcement officers can generate momentum in favor of the prosecution through preparation and a persuasive testimony. Develop a professional reputation amongst prosecutors and defense attorneys whereas a result, a case may not go to trial, but if does, look forward to trial with confidence that you are prepared!

The training will cover the following an much more:

*What is the goal of the police witness?
*Avoiding the most common errors that police witnesses make
*Why does the defense attorney fear the police witness?
*Being a witness without feeling like a "target"
*Developing the basis for being a powerful witness
*Shedding the "authority" figure and being likeable
*What the jury must know about the police witness
*Building credibility with the jury
*Destroying cross examination during direct testimony
*Common attacks on the police witness and how to handle them
*Building an arsenal to handle unfair cross examination tactics

This course has been approved for 6 CEUs from The Accreditation Commission For Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR).

If you are interested in receiving a course flier and registration form for this workshop, please request the same by emailing us at [email protected]

If you wish to be added to our growing email data base in relation to upcoming training please request the same by emailing us at [email protected] as well.

Training will also be listed on the LEAPS NEWS file.
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